Kaan Serin


18 games reviewed
73.2 average score
79 median score
60.0% of games recommended
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Riot Forge bows out with an overly grindy crafting game that annoys more often than it delights.

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3 / 5 - Foamstars
Feb 9, 2024

Foamstars is a serviceable paintballer in the vein of Splatoon, lathered with some wild lore and underwhelming hero shooter elements.

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Jan 30, 2024

Reload adds welcome modernisations to the wonderfully deadly coming-of-age story that captured hearts in 2006, though visual tweaks undermine the thematic coherence.

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Jan 23, 2024

Violent stakes once again meet zany shenanigans in Like A Dragon: Infinite Wealth, the series' much-improved second RPG.

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4 / 5 - Sea of Stars
Aug 28, 2023

Sea of Stars' well-considered inspirations are shot through with smart, modern sensibilities, creating a more-than-welcome addition to the contemporary throwback RPG club.

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Aug 9, 2023

Atlas Fallen echoes other mid-00s slashers with fun melee combat and cool ideas, trapped in a run-of-the-mill open world.

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Unscored - Venba
Jul 31, 2023

A short, cooking puzzle game that doubles as a touching visual novel about a mother, her family, and the immigrant experience.

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A remake that closely follows the original classic, with a slightly different overall effect.

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No Recommendation / Blank - Ravenlok
May 3, 2023

A beautiful but rather hollow and one-note trip to a familiar world of wonder and misrule.

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79 / 100 - Terra Nil
Mar 28, 2023

Terra Nil is a strategy game that's devoid of land colonisation, the exploitation of natural resources, or anything else you'd usually associate with a game of this ilk. But it's all the better for it. If you want a tranquil terraforming game, this is a good fit.

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60 / 100 - Blanc
Feb 22, 2023

Blanc is a game with heart, and it'll definitely bring you and a player two together. I can't recommend it over some other recent co-op outings, but it's still an experience worth having if you can ignore a couple of issues.

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Jan 26, 2023

A Space for the Unbound is an ode to teenage nonchalance, and an emotional lesson in learning to let go, all wrapped up in a story about a superpowered calamity. Its disparate parts thoughtfully work together to create a heartfelt story, full of characters you won't want to say goodbye to.

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58 / 100 - Aka
Dec 31, 2022

Aka is an easy game to be charmed by, with an endearing world and uplifting messages. However, the routine crafting systems and frequent minor bugs lead to an experience that feels more like work than play.

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72 / 100 - Lunistice
Dec 19, 2022

Lunistice is a throwback to classic 3D platformers of yesteryear. While not particularly innovative, it's hard not to be charmed by its creative designs, incredible score, and frenetic movement.

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84 / 100 - Pentiment
Nov 14, 2022

Pentiment is mature in a way few games are. It exudes passion for the time period and subject matter, treating every character and issue with respect and reverence. If you want an adventure game that responds to your choices and trusts you to discover its narrative on your own terms, Pentiment is a must play.

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Oct 24, 2022

A Plague Tale: Requiem is a vastly expanded sequel, for better and for worse. Returning fans might feel that everything here is quite familiar, if only bigger and more beautiful. If the improvements to combat and the uneven story aren't enough to entice you, the relationship playing out between our two central heroes is worth another trek through rat infested France.

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Unscored - White Shadows
Dec 13, 2021

Its puzzles are simple, but White Shadows offers two hours of creative, chilling designs, joyous musical set pieces and enough screen-shottable sights to fill your hard drive.

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No Recommendation / Blank - Chorus
Dec 3, 2021

The combat is the highlight, frantic and cinematic, but Chorus' open-world narrative ambitions let it down.

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